Nicki Minaj Blasts Grammy Producer For Bullying Her Into Fear For 7 Years By Aron A. Feb 11, 2019 16:32 4.2K Views 23 16 Christopher Polk/Getty Images Nicki Minaj got smoke for the Grammys. Artists have constantly blasted the Grammys over the politics played in choosing the winner. Nicki Minaj is the latest to take aim at the Grammys. The rapper responded to a fan who found it weird that Nicki's been at the top of the rap game for years but never took home an award. "Nicki Minaj has been at the top of her game for too long to not have had a Grammy. I don't know what white man from the boards she pissed off," the fan wrote. Well, it looks like Nicki's ready to spill all the tea after she revealed which white man from the Grammy committee has allegedly gotten in the way of her Grammy. Watch the video in the original article page. "I pissed off the same man Ariana called out for lying. Grammy producer KEN [Ehrlich]," she revealed. "I was bullied into staying quiet for 7 years out of feat. But I'll tell my fans the REAL on the next episode of #QueenRadio they deserve the truth." She added, "Also, CONGRATS to everyone who won last night," which seems to also include Cardi B who she spent rivaling for the majority of 2018. Watch the video in the original article page. Although Nicki wasn't actually at the award ceremony, she did get involved with some Internet drama. The rapper pulled out of her and Young Money out of the BET Experience concert and award show she was supposed to headline alongside Cardi B. BET threw shade at Nicki Minaj after Cardi took home Rap Album of the Year at the Grammys. "Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj is dragged by her lacefront," BET tweeted. Nicki then responded by pulling out of her performance, as well as the rest of the Young Money camp which means Weezy won't be showing face either. Ken Ehrlich previously had some harsh words for Nicki's 2012 performance at the Grammys which aligns with what Nicki herself said in her tweets. "I was not proud of what we did with Nicki Minaj three years ago," he said. "I thought that was a disappointment both in terms of what we did and to an extent what she did. I’m not going to absolve us of any responsibility, but it just wasn’t good. If it had been controversial and good, I think I would have been proud of it. But we probably let out the string a little too much on that one."